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Moroccan Cuisine

Discover authentic Moroccan culture through its cuisine, and without taboos. With Najat Kaanache, Chef at Nur, the best restaurant in Africa, and the best Moroccan restaurant in the world.

Najat Kaanache

Chef at Nur, the best restaurant in Africa and the best Moroccan restaurant in the world (Fez, Morocco)

Najat Kaanache

Chef at Nur, the best restaurant in Africa and the best Moroccan restaurant in the world (Fez, Morocco)

A selection of recipes most representative of Moroccan cuisine

In this online course you will learn traditional Moroccan recipes with Najat Kaanache, owner of the best restaurant in Africa and the best Moroccan restaurant in the world.

Najat will share the philosophy, culture and typical gastronomy of Morocco. You will discover how this cuisine is so deeply rooted in wonderful products, and has survived over time, regardless of trends and fashions.

Patience, timing and joy are the keys to achieving good seasoning that will delight the palate and nourish the soul. This generous cuisine invites us to share banquets filled with great food and conversation.

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Course Syllabus

Course Content

Chapter 1 - Presentation and Recipe Book
Chapter 2 - Introduction to Moroccan Cuisine
Chapter 3 - Steam Cooking Technique: Couscous
Chapter 4 - Smoke Technique: Seafood Bastilla
Chapter 5 - Charring Technique: Rolled Zaalouk
Chapter 6 - Steam Cooking Technique: Chicken Tagine
Chapter 7 - Khubz: Moroccan Bread
Chapter 8 - Harira: Soup with Legumes
Before you go

You will discover the magical flavors and aromas of Moroccan cuisine.

What you'll learn

Najat Kaanache will teach us how to prepare seven wonderful savory recipes. You will learn the technique to correctly prepare a classic couscous with perfectly defined grains that fall like rain, accompanied by vegetables. You will see how to cook a chicken tagine steamed in a traditional clay pot.

In addition, chef Najat Kaanache will share Moroccan cuisine from a very personal perspective, as she prepares Khubz, a fried Moroccan bread that can be served at any of the five customary daily meals; and Harira, the traditional soup served during Ramadan. Let’s not forget the Bastille or Bastilla that’s made with filo dough, and stuffed with seafood and noodles.

At the end of the course you will be acquainted with Najat’s philosophy, and her respect for agriculture, and natural cuisine.

Who is it for?

This course is intended for professional chefs, amateur enthusiasts, and anyone with an interest in Moroccan cuisine, the Middle East, the use of spices, and Mediterranean cuisine.

Recommended equipment 

Instruments or materials suggested in some of the recipes (not essential for the course):

  • Tagine
  • A cuscusera (pot to steam the couscous)
  • Oven

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See what our Members are saying

Wonderful Course!

This is a wonderful and fascinating introduction to the world of Moroccan cuisine. The instructor has a delightful and engaging personality and teaching style. Highly recommended!

Scott Cooper

To cook with natural ingredients is best

I liked it all - recipes were great and easy no follow - I loved learning about Moroccan traditions in cooking

Sharmayne Batt

Perfect title

This course was great fun. The chef-presenter was very natural and informative. Tried the vegetable cous cous last night and it was fantastic. Very tasty and aromatic. Highly recommended.

Peter Pankhurst

Nice course

I love Moroccan food and this course made me understand more about this cuisine

Elia Mihuta

Great job

Great job

Nikolas Tsafos

GREAT COURSE!!!!!!! LOVE IT

Chef Najat is truly inspiring. I love the way she explains everything and how much love she puts in every step. I’m really salivating with all her amazing recipes. Love this course!

Vanessa Fernandez

Meet your Instructor

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Chef at Nur, the best restaurant in Africa and the best Moroccan restaurant in the world (Fez, Morocco)

Najat has become one of the most influential women on the African continent and has set an example for many cooks who seek to lead great kitchens. In 2023 he won 3 awards from the World Luxury Awards: Best Moroccan Cuisine (global), Best Luxury Innovative Restaurant (Africa) and Best Head Chef (Africa).

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Scoolinary courses are online classes that allow you to learn new knowledges and skills to improve your cuisine. Each course consists of several lessons that combine videos and texts with downloadable recipes and extra teaching materials.

The courses are 100% online, so once they are published, courses start and finish whenever you want. You set the pace for the class. You can go back to review what interests you most and skip what you already know.

We value the time and effort you put into our courses, which is why you’ll get a Course Certification upon completion of every course.

If a course is not what you expected, you can request a refund before 7 days after time of purchase and as long as you have not viewed more than 20% of the course.

What's included?

  • 1 h 26 m HD video
  • 7 Recipes
  • 20 Lessons
  • Recipe book
  • 7 Quizzes
  • Certificate

Available languages

  • Español, English
  • English, Español, Italiano, Français, Deutsch
Level
  • Intermediate

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BBQ TongTwister
Posted 6 months ago
Tasty hearty food.

Definitely going to keep and try some of these recipes. Really tasty food and love the freshness and healthy dishes made. One small comment. I cook tagine a lot and there is no way that tagine was cooked with that lid on. A bigger tagine pot was needed. Some of the translation could be better.

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Nikolas Tsafos
Posted 6 months ago
Great job

Great job

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Nicolas Gellon
Posted 7 months ago
very easy at home

good for inspiration

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Richard Bullock
Posted 7 months ago
A course for everyone

The chef has a passion for her food and culture, and the recipes are simple. A nice course on Morrocan food that anyone can enjoy.

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حنان حنان
Posted 8 months ago
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Not very professional

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Elia Mihuta
Posted 8 months ago
Nice course

I love Moroccan food and this course made me understand more about this cuisine

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Sharmayne Batt
Posted 10 months ago
To cook with natural ingredients is best

I liked it all - recipes were great and easy no follow - I loved learning about Moroccan traditions in cooking

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Carmen
Posted 11 months ago
Especies

Me encanta la mezcal de especially y los productos naturales

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Elmarie Claasen
Posted 2 years ago
Absolutely marvelous

I really enjoyed this course, Moroccan cuisine, being one of my favourites! Such an easy chef to relate to and one can see she loves what she does. Well worth it.

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Marco Pacetta
Posted 2 years ago
Maroccan cuisine

As usual many mistakes between written recipes and the video Khubz recipes is in tbsp and cups and in other recipes you have metric and imperial mixed, please stick to the metric system, ATM is very confusing

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